That is the pure love of Christ! Love! Love! Love it!So
happy for those kids.
This is amazing! So many kids need loving homes and the light of Christ
encourages us to be like this. Now if only it weren't so expensive, maybe
more of us could do it. Cut out the beaurocracy and red tape and exorbitant
fees and commissions and let more families participate in adoption!
Somehow kids without limbs playing music makes other challenges seem so small
and insignificant (not all, but many). Kudos to this family.
This is a wonderful story of exceptional examples of love and reaching out.
These parents have shown how much can be done by following inspiration and
looking far beyond themselves. I wish them all the very best in coping with many
challenges.The story is also well written. However, I believe that
"importantly" is an adverb.
James says to care for widows AND orphans. Kids want to be in a
family. And no child needs to gratitude for that. All children should just have
that. Not be a charitable act. Once you adopt the child isn't
an orphan from your perspective. They are sons and daughters. Adoption
isn't ministering to orphans. It's expanding family. These
children in most cases had a parent. I find it amazing that Americans can
fundraise to bring children into their large families yet a much smaller amount
can reunite or keep a family family together in the first place. I don't
understand how prop spectacle parents can complain it costs so much to add a
child. Think of bio family who don't have enough to hold on to the children
they were given. There is a charitable model that takes children away from
parents to feed and educate and provide medical care for them. We call those
places orphanages. But many didn't expect to forever lose their children.
Process is in place to stop corruption. Ethiopia recently had a problem. Vietnam
had a problem. Guatemala had a problem.